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Like ArchiMate 2.1, ArchiMate 3.0 is a modelling language for enterprise architecture, allowing enterprise architects to visualize, analyse, and describe the relationships among architecture...
My last post looked at how our lives have changed in the last 50 years. One of the biggest changes has been what technology...
The e-Learning industry is constantly evolving and changing as technology is getting more advanced, giving people a wider variety of tools for learning. Through this change, companies within the e-Learning sector are having to keep on top of modern trends in order to stay competitive within the industry and gain satisfaction for their customers. In this blog we take a look at some of the biggest e-Learning trends of 2017.
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As anyone coming from an older generation can tell you, a lot has changed in the past fifty years. The world no longer looks like it did in the 60s. Changes in communications, technology, and infrastructure have changed how we live our lives, from what we eat in the morning to what kind of car we drive. So, exactly what has driven this shift?
Sales is sales, right? If you have skills and experience, you can sell to anyone in any environment. Wrong – business to business (B2B) selling and business to consumer (B2C) selling require different skills. Knowing which skills and techniques to use in the B2C environment will transform you from an average into an exceptional sales person
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Buyers are more savvy than ever and this, in turn, is making sales more complex. In the digital age sales people are no longer needed for data or information – buyers can find all they need on the internet. Sales people need to be expert problem solvers and the person who can solve the problem in the shortest time possible will win the sale.